New Rentals At Zaha Hadid’s West Chelsea Condo Hit The Market
This week, three of the apartments in the starchitect-designed West Chelsea condo have hit the rental market.
Living NYC’s newly developed condo buildings is a privilege reserved strictly for the well-heeled. This is especially true when the condo tower in question has been designed by a starchitect—such as late Zaha Hadid.
The futuristic High Line condo at 520 West 28th street has been the talk of the town of late. The closings at what the New York magazine has called “the delightful Earth home for the weary intergalactic superrich” have already begun.
The price tags didn’t disappoint. “Residence 9, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, sold over its asking price of $5.975 million for $6,033,271 to the anonymous Balogh Company, Inc. Residence 14,” reports DNAInfo. “Another two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, also sold slightly over its asking price of $6.195 million for $6,198,750 to Rm Zaha, LLC.”
Well, here’s the good news for those who are somewhat hesitant to pay millions of dollars for their new home—however stunning its design is.
This week, three of the apartments in the starchitect-designed West Chelsea condo have hit the rental market. The apartments, as one would imagine, are priced accordingly with the building’s celebrity status.
One of the pads, a two-bedroom under the number 31, would cost you $22,500 per month. It features oversized windows and a balcony that overlooks the High Line.
The other two apartments are priced at $15,000 per month each.
Each apartment also has access to the building’s spate of extravagant amenities, which include an IMAX theater, a spa and fitness center (with a juice bar!), a pool, and common areas that open up onto the High Line, reports DNAInfo.
Can’t afford to rent in a starchitect-designed building? Not to worry—here is all the Chelsea condo rentals currently listed on Agorafy.